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NNE Winter: just can't compete with Maple Hollow.

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dig a trench while he is there and bury that cable in pvc pipe

lol...yeah I know. I'm not burying it yet because I have more plans for out there. I should tidy it up though.

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Moar bettar?

Yes I always lose that link. I remember when you and Will had that wx page. I still have that link on one of the devices

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lol...yeah I know. I'm not burying it yet because I have more plans for out there. I should tidy it up though.

hate to see some turkey peck it up

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Nice.

 

I dream of a treeless yard.

The back is fairly clear minus those 2 pear trees. There's some blue spruce scattered about on the sides and front and some more garbage fruit trees (apple, crabapple, peach). The big deciduous ones are all out front along the road...mostly large oaks. The animals love the pear trees though. This was the first season where one of them produced fruit good enough to eat. I've never pruned them before, but last winter a few large upper branches toppled to the ground so I think the self pruning helped. I want to cut more branches back on them now, but I haven't had the time to do it. Add it to the list of things I want to do, but never get to.

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Was in and out of snow all morning working on trail projects. We were just above my house at about 1300' so no accumulation. Nice to see the white stuff again though.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT

SPOTTER REPORTS

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THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST 24

HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION. APPRECIATION

IS EXTENDED TO HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS...COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS...CWOP

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HOULTON 2.0 215 PM 10/17 TRAINED SPOTTER

BRIDGEWATER 1.5 119 PM 10/17 NWS EMPLOYEE

LUDLOW 1.0 200 PM 10/17 ONLY ON GRASSY SURFACES

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I hit a big squall leaving the notch. Vis briefly below 1/4. I have a ton of pics to go through

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Light snow here in Bartlett, Bretton Woods is getting clobbered though. Looks like about an inch so far from my door camera. Went for a hike up Tuckerman's today, it was amazing. At about 3500 it felt like mid-winter. Made it to Hermit Lake, 3800ft, and it was blowing snow, icicles on the buildings, etc - felt like mid-winter!

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Radar echoes real heavy near JSpins, he must be seeing huge flakes too.

 

Yep, some heavy rounds of snow today here along the spine, and as is obvious from all the posts in the thread, the accumulating snow season is definitely underway in the Greens.  Here at the house, temperatures were up around 40 F earlier in the day, but came down into the mid 30s F as evening approached.  We had multiple rounds of fairly heavy snow during the afternoon into the evening, and I couldn’t pay close attention to all of them, but at least two had transient accumulations that hit the 0.1” to kick off the 2015-2016 tally.  Things are pretty quiet out there now, but maybe we’ve got a bit more snow building back into the area:

 

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In terms of seasonal numbers from my data set, this is just about on track for first trace of frozen precipitation (mean = 10/19, median = 10/19), but a week or so ahead with respect to first accumulation (mean = 10/26, median = 10/27).

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